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Things to Bring to Your Job Interview with VA

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The Interview Phase

Congratulations, you’ve finally made it to the interview phase of the hiring process! Now that you’ve received a call to schedule an interview, make sure to make a note of any documentation that you are required to bring. This information can vary from one facility to the next, but the following is a list of common documentation requests:

  • Your current professional State license, not a photocopy
  • Photo identification and Social Security card
  • School transcripts (mailed directly from the school to the recruiter)
  • Written references from supervisors (letters from clinical instructors if you are a new graduate)
  • Copies of your resume
  • Copies of current certifications
  • Copies of continuing education certificates
  • Copies of performance evaluations
  • Copies of awards, honors, or commendations

You may consider bringing the above documentation even if certain items are not required. In most cases, starting salaries are determined by a Professional Standards Board, which is a board of your peers that reviews the documents you submit to determine your level of practice. Additional documentation, therefore, may have a positive impact on your salary determination.

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